The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 4, 1935 · Page 5
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wno EVERYDAY PRICES 60c iSyrup of Pepsin. .49c 100 Pure Aspirin Tablets 49c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c 50c Milk of Magnesia.. 39c 50c Ovaltine 39c Pint Rubbing Alcohol 19c 40c Fletcher Castoria 29c $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c 15c Gerber's : Baby Foods 10c WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4(>. West Side Square prayer by Mrs. J. D. Mason. During the business session, a substantial sum of money was turned in by Mrs. Ray Moore's section, proceeds from a recent penny supper. A report from the sick committee stated that Mrs. Sarah Hall is somewhat improved. At the close of the afternoon, contests were enjoyed, with Mrs. Walter Carter's section winning the prize. Dainty refreshments were served hy the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Nolan Tidier and Mrs. Harvey Michel. Miscellaneous Shower. Social Events Christina Climvli Aid. The Ladies Aid society of the West Street Christian church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Mink at her home on Green street, with a good attendance of members present. d The meeting was opened by the .president, Mrs. I. H. Woodruff, with the devotional service in charge of Mrs. S. A. Culver who spoke on "What We Do for Other People." Mrs. Frank Russell sang a solo "Others," followed by Mrs. Earl Achenbach entertained at her home southeast of Tipton Tuesday evening with a delightful miscellaneous shower in honor of her sister, Mrs. Raymond Thomas, who prior, to her recent marriage was Miss 'Yvonne Hoover. • :• ' .' There were approximately thirty guests present, •. and; the\ bride" received a number of-, lovely ,-giftS | of which she is indeed proud. The evening was delightfully spent in a social way, with games and contests enjoyed by all. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jesse Achenbach and Willard Goar. At the close of the evening the hostess served delicious refreshments, assisted by Mary Gene Hoover and Mrs. Hallie Achenbach. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AXD BEAUTY SHOPPE LAST TIME TODAY "Wings in the Dark" I. Oiry Grant and Myruu Loy <). E. S. Xoticc. All members of Rosary Chapter No. G, O. E. S.. will meet Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the hall to attend the funeral services of Sister Clara King. The Eastern Star funeral service will be. given at the church. All mem- bere are asked to be there. MERLIN MAISH, W. M. LENTEN SERVICES. ' * Evangelist Gave Another of His Splendid Sermons. Goldsmith Ladies Aid. The meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the Goldsmith Methodist church, announced for Friday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. Musa- Foster, has been postponed and members are asked to take notice. No meeting 'will be held until Friday afternoon, April 12th. W. C. T. U. Xoticc. THEATRE The W. C. T. I", will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. A. Knowlton at her home, 224 East North street. Mr.s. O. W. Barnes will be in charge of the program which is certain to be quite interesting. AH members are urged to be in attendance. The Lenten Services now being held at the Kemp Memorial Methodist church are affording opportunity for study of the practical Christian life. Rev. J. Floyd Seelig, the evangelist, spoke Wednesday evening on the topic: "Righteousness That Exceeds." His sermon was a comparison' of Phariseeism of olden days with modern inconsistencies of the professed followers of Jesus Christ. His admonition was that we give Christ and his claims first place in our lives. Mrs. E. E. Edwards, the regular choir director, led congregational singing and favored .with a beautiful'solo number.' The regular church, choir ,; with V nearly a full attendance • assisted in the service. . ;.•_•• '.. -Rev.;. Mr. • Seelig:',also .sang .a' )s"plo. sele&tidnv as; he'"dpesVt<_e'acti ;pf jtire'.sei-'vic'esV r A' special number will be rendered by the male quartet at the Thursday evening service. These services will continue each evening except Saturday at 7:30 until April 14th. An invitation has been extended to the general public to attend. OPERETTA FRIDAY. High School Play Will Be Given nt Gymnasium. Everything is now in readiness for the musical treat, "Cherry- blossom" to be presented in the high school gymnasium Friday evening at S:00 o'clock. Some lovely stage scenery has been erected for the production, and the audience may well feel that they are being transported to the fair land of Japan where the cherry trees are in bloom. There will be some lovely singing and dancing, presented in an unusually fine way. Particularly beautiful is the tenor solo "Miss Cherryblossom" sung by David Simpson, and the chorus, "Down Lovers' Lane," sung and danced by the chorus of American girls. The operetta will open prompt- yl at 8:00 o'clock, and there will be no reserved seats. A cordial invitation is extended the general public to be present. AT ATLANTA SUNDAY. Money For Hoine Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J .: I.-. ' J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. •,' Cyrus M. Yoknm Will Speak at Christian Cliurch There. | Cyrus M. Yocum, executive secretary in the division of foreign missions of the United Christian Missionary society of the Disciples of Christ, and an authority on vorld missions among church eaders today, will speak at' thd Atlanta Christian church on next lunday evening: The pastor, Rev. . E. Barry, believes this meet- ng will -be an outstanding one 'or his church and he issues an nvitation to the general public .o attend. . : As a member of the survey committee of the Disciples • of Ihrist, Mr. Yocum visited Mexico ENJOYABLE MEETIXG. Democratic Headquarters Was Filled for Card Party. Democratic men and women 'filled headquarters on the west side of the square Wednesday night at the card and bunco party arranged by; the members of the Democratic;Women's Club. Bridge, euchrie and bunko prizes were awarded and a big cake furnished for the door prize, the latter given by Mrs. Fanny Charles. Mrs. John Conroy and Verl 0. Hershman won j high score prizes in euchre; Bob \ Reese and Mary Dalton high score prizes in bridge and Mrs. Clifford Crum high score prize in [bunco. Second prizes in bridge were won' by Wilma jwimer and Loren Myerly and Mr.i J. N. Penwell won second prize in bunko: Secon iprizes; in bridge were won by Alice K.i"in and Judge Russell. i XAXAREXE REVIVAL. Special Service Will Be Held on Friday Evening. UNEMPLOYED RIOT. PATRICIA ELLIS ALLEN JENKINS ttos DUE LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT Two Men Killed and Five Injured in Xew Mexico. (By United Press). Gallup, N. M., April 4.—Two men were killed and five .persons were wounded today in a pitched battle between officers and unemployed when a riot started over eviction of tenants. < Sheriff M. P.. Carmichael and Ignacio Velarde, one ot the rioters, were shot to death. A mob of about 100 men and women charged the officers. A few were armed. Others swung clubs and wielded knives- and ice picks. Edwin L. Wilson and Roy Badgess, deputy sheriffs, were wounded seriously. Wilson was shot in the chest. Badgess waa clubbed and stabbed. One woman rioter was stabbed A spc-cial service will be held at the Church of the Nazarene on Friday night. Rev. Crittendon Mason, of near Montpelier, who is the new pastor of the Lebanon Church of the Nazarene, will be present for the one night. Mr. Mason is a minister, teacher and musician. At the Friday night service he will play .piano selections, give chalk talks for the children and preach to tho congregation. H is also .planned to have special numbers in song. The service will be held at 311 North Independence street at 7:30. The public is cordially invited to attend this meeting which promises to be entirely different from the ordinary service. I Saturday night Only 4 — BIG ACTS — 4 I Simday, Monday and Tuesday I and two other men in were shot. the mob Library Notes Xow Books and Replacements. Locke—The ; House; on the Downs '(mystery story). Ibancz—The | Mayflower (author of-'TUe Four Horsemen). ; St one —The Almond Tree (author of Bitter Tea of Gen'l. Yen). Burnett—The Head of th" House of Combs'. Cozzens—Conk Pit ( when sugar -cane and great corporations dominated Cuba). McCarter—The Reclaimers (a western story of the Sage Brush country). Bottome—Old Wine (world war story). Siple—A Boy Scout With Byrd. Martin—Boy Scouts and the Oregon Trail, i Reference—Dictionary of American Biography—Vol. 15. Markham—The Book of American poetry. Edwin Markham has made this volume memorable, selecting as he lias, 3BS poets, 71C poems and sometimes in a sen UXDER ARREST. Exp P:ickett Brothers' grocery and meat market of Atlanta have losed their doors with: a large ilacard displayed in the window as their reason for closing out.;It eads as follows: . ••' ' • ' It is impossible lor us to con- inue in business due to federal tate laws, corporation laws,-code >y-laws,j ana the', suspecting pub-' ic. Through; these various ^laws, we haye'.Tbeen: held '• down',' held up* walked".'on; sat r on, and flattened; mt and'squeezed until we do not enow where we are. : These!) laws .compel' us to pay C7710S ilJ YOCUM. in 1924, and Belgian Congo in \frica in 1925 where he not only directed a survey of the mission field of the Disciples of Christ, >ut also made a thorough study of the work for administrative nirposos. He later visited Jamal:a in connection with a survey of hat flc>ld, and in 1931 made a trip to India, the Philippines, Jhina and Japan for the purpose >f making readjustments in the work. Mr. Yc?um is a graduate of Bethany college. Before entering he missionary work in 1917, he was a successful pastor for twelve years in Pennsylvania. Ohio and Indiana, and understands the minister':) problems as well as he work of the local church. He then served with the Foreign Missionary society until it merged with-the United Christian MJs- ilonary society. «i • Tribune Want Ads Get Results. Lemon Square Takes SOc Salt Rising Bread N>i; Large Asstd. Cookies, doz., 15C Hot Cross Huns, dozen —_30c CASE'S BAKERY Fountain County Highway Contracts Bring Scandal. Penny Supper. Mrs. Ray Moore has reserved Saturday, April 27, for a penny supper to be served by her section of the Ladies Aid society of the West Street Christian: church. The previous Saturday, April 20, has beeen reserved by Section 2 of the Ladles Aid society of the Christian church for a penny supper. Sell 4O-Acre Tract Walter Leisure has sold a forty acre tract of land .two miles east and one-half mile north of Windfall to the Mitchell Investment Company, •which. already_pwns al- monat 3,000 acres of land. The coMlderVtwi wa& stated,- In the CBy United Press). Covington, April T. —Two county officials, a former county otfi- l and a salesman were urtder arrest today on charging conspiracy indictments to restrict competitive .bidding on Fountain county highway projects. Those arrested are William P. Willett and Charles McCauley, county ' commissioners; Charles Hallett, whose term .as county commissioner expired Jan. irand Harry E. Bbdine, a road materials salesman. <• Each provided bond of $1,000 and was released: Contract for several thousand dollars worth of materials were drawn up illegally by the four men, the indictments charged. Tribune Want Ads Pay. tence or two—rsometimes in i paragraph he! interprets thai lives and works. Phelps—What I Like in Poetry This book of TH pages tolls the story of William Lyon Phelps' collection of poems which he has selected as this poetry he Hides best. And not the least delightful part of the book is the informal comment which precedes the selections, i Cotton—Education in Indiara. In this book tile author traces tie development of the state's schcol system from the first school. 1733 to the present| time. j BEFORE SUCH A SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE at this low price! NOW! PROBAK JUNIOR j blades Given, on Placard ait : Atlanta Grocery. .' " sales tax, capitol tax, income tax, real estate* property tax, : street tsi, cigar atte tax and gasoline tax. The government has goverened oar business so that we; do not know wbjp owns It We- are suspected, expected, Inspected, examined and dissected, until all we know -weP are" supplicated ' for money tor t every known need. We have the desire and hope of the human being - because we refuse to fall and go out and borrow and steal: money . to give away. We .were:-cussed,'; discussed,, boycotted l talied;of,ttalkSd.,-to;iHed; to lied : abqut?.held;up;:held;downj robbed! •Untiliwe.tare-.nearlyjTUiried. ; Tffte '^only/reason we are holding to life is to see what in the:h'eci;;comes next. Get that good P. .clean hard coal for; er.- stoves.: We keep ;'»&| ;snpply at aELtfanes.' 'H~~l|LjKB ' . - .L - '' i-; :.-C«lfflK i Edna BurkharT '--, Registered Dealer. Home, 1140. \ Office, --, , - «.! k'-'M ew Single Curtain IOC •. Double. Curtain 20c Ornamental Cr, 49c Ornamental Rodsl|t{ 98c' the Honrii FOR THE— Dining Room Kitchen Bath Room Sun Room Living; Room Bed Room Just received a beautiful assortment of patterns. Now is the time to buy while the prices are low. Standard Quality Felt Base Colors to Harmonize With Your Furniture and! Trimmings. DBESS UP YOUR [ WINDOWS FOR SPRHTG Open Lace Panels 2J4. yards long and 45 inches wide; beautiful patterns Open Lace Net Panels 2tf yards long uncl (fc* H 48 inches wide; ncw ,v*jii est open designs "__*r** Newest Ruffled Sets j 3^4 and 2% yards long and! extra wide, in open _ . nets and fine quality; per set Ruffled Curtain Sets !... New I'rlscilla sets,' 2J4 yajrds long; comes in colors of blue, rose, green and gold '— ,.... . 50-in. Drapery Material^-^ Fine rayon damask, ~ for your drapes; all wanted shades -••usi -as* t 2b lot 59c About] the Same. i ; Mrs. RSberi Pore of this who is a ;ht at the wood hospital! for rest and treatment, was reported to be abdtit the same Thursday morning.'She is no worse, be noticed fo Daily but no change can the -better. Quotation. Harrison Hartley, 110 N. Indep. A> a |uMt. ot The T>Pton Dally ftt'tho New Rlt« A NEW INNER SPRING MATTRESS Extra Good Tick Covers Cg Xot just an ordinary innerspring. This one jf «• beauty and simply full of healthful sleep withj 280 coil genuine premier wire aiid one piece tt covered with layer of siscal pad thick layer! felt on top of siscal, covered with line grade fancy tick,, button tuited— $10.50 Window Shades GREEK — TAX —-i BROWN' Linolene Quality ' Oil Opaque; GREEN — TAN — BROWN $ in. by 6 ft 1 42 in. by ft ft. .... fein. by 6 ft! ......$169 A New Inner Spring Studio Coi Single, Twin, Double Bed Size Use It for Couch by Day and a Bed or Beds ' Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, land with all thy soul, a'n'd. with all |hy strength; and with all thy mind; and thy/neighbor in thyself. |—| Luke. 10:27.:, *During the ptit left :! jaa I've been dntw . S»ttJoie,CiIit ifcolicfced tote? ^ Boom in'Your Home Seamless Axmin|j 9x12 RUGS $19.50 Good grade \ ster, all wool face, a»'\ mixed patterns «ad fancy colored. bor> .r .,_'-i_<i .\ nlasts- ' "

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